Although mindmapping has its origins from quite a few sources, Tony Buzan lays claim as the “Inventor of Mind Mapping.” He certainly has had an impact on the development of using mind mapping as a tool. Well now he’s selling his own mindmapping software, iMindMap. Available for Windows, Mac, and Linux, it looks to be a competitor for MindJet’s MindMap Pro, and from what I’ve seen works well with a Tablet PC. I’ve just run across this software (thanks to a link from Marc Orchant) and will be checking it out soon. There is a 30 day free trial if you’re interested in checking this out.
In the meantime, here is a video that not only gives you an idea of the software but a little background on mindmapping in general.
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